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doc photo replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion All in Color for a Dime
"In his closing paragraph for "OK, Axis Here We Come" Thompson notes - "barring a sudden burst of the bubble...Human Torch, Sub Mariner and Captain America should be around for years to come..."  Did he ever imagine they…"
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doc photo replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion All in Color for a Dime
"As for Popeye being the first super hero - I certainly never thought of him in that way. And as Blackbeard points out - unlike super hero comic book stories Popeye's powers were never the focus. To Segar Popeye's powers are incidental to…"
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doc photo replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion All in Color for a Dime
"I have been a Popeye fan for as long as I can remember. Some of my earliest memories are of watching the Popeye theatrical cartoons produced by Fleisher/Famous Studios when they were broadcast daily on a dedicated Popeye series that, in our area,…"
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doc photo replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Could Superman in his first appearance (Action Comics #1) have defeated the Hulk in his first appearance (Incredible Hulk #1)
"If 1938 Superman could devise a way to subdue 1962 Hulk without engaging him in hand to hand combat I believe Superman could win. However if the Hulk is able to get Superman in his grip, ol' Greenskin with his brute strength would defeat the…"
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doc photo replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion All in Color for a Dime
"Lupoff's essay is a love letter to comic books in general and Captain Marvel in particular. Although the character that spawned our love for comics may vary, we can all identify with the sentiments he expresses."
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doc photo replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion All in Color for a Dime
"Found my copy of All In Color For A Dime - an Ace paperback cover price $1.50 - yellowed pages but still in pretty good shape considering it is probably 50 years old. One point I found interesting in Ellington's essay was the reference to the…"
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doc photo replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion All in Color for a Dime
"I will have to dig through my books to see if I still have my copy from way back when. One of my favorite chapters was on Popeye as the first super hero."
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doc photo replied to The Baron's discussion Movies I Have Seen Lately
"The Duke featuring Helen Mirren based on a true story about the 1961 theft of an oil painting of the Duke of Wellington from a British museum. Great fun."
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doc photo replied to Randy Jackson's discussion Misheard lyrics you prefer to the original
"Don't know if it is true or urban legend - supposedly the Kingsmen lead singer had just been fitted with a new set of braces which caused his less than articulate rendition of the song."
Wednesday
doc photo replied to The Baron's discussion Movies I Have Seen Lately
"Whatever Happened To Baby Jane. When I saw it the first time a few years ago it really creeped me out. Not so much on my second viewing. Knowing what was coming ahead of time made the shocks and twists less effective."
Jun 13
doc photo replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Seduction of the Innocent
"I remember reading an article in a comics related publication that stated by using Wertham's methods you could also make the case that reading comic books leads young people to become writers and artists."
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doc photo replied to The Baron's discussion Movies I Have Seen Lately
"I watched Mission:Impossible installments 4 - 6 first. I enjoyed them well enough to then go back and watch the first three. I didn't really care for them. If I had started to watch them in order I may not have ever made past the first film."
Jun 8
doc photo replied to The Baron's discussion Movies I Have Seen Lately
"We attended a showing of The Magnificent Ambersons at a local theatre that hosts classic film nights once or twice a month. The movie was Orson Welles follow up to Citizen Kane. According to the emcee, the movie was originally over two hours long…"
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doc photo replied to Dagwan's discussion What are you listening to RIGHT NOW?
"Stand Up by Jethro Tull. An album that always reminds me of summer even though the only summery tune on the album is "Look Into The Sun"."
May 17
doc photo replied to ClarkKent_DC's discussion R.I.P. Neal Adams
"Ahh so sad to read this. Neal Adams was one of the greatest comic book artists ever. He is right up there with Kirby in terms of his influence on his peers and those that followed. He always seemed so energetic and youthful, I thought he would go on…"
Apr 30
doc photo replied to Jeff of Earth-J's discussion Hawkmen
"The Golden Age Hawkman story in Jules Feiffer's "The Great Comic Book Heroes" was drawn by Sheldon Moldoff. I was shocked at how different that art was compared to the Silver Age Batman stories he had done. Returning to your original…"
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